Saturday, December 21, 2013
"The Newtown school shooting ignited a furious debate about gun ownership and gun laws. But beneath the shouting, there was a quieter, less contentious conversation about overhauling the way the United States treats those who are mentally ill. Now, a year later, it appears that mental-health measures—and not gun control—could be the tragedy's legislative legacy."
Read the article here: http://www.nationaljournal.com/health-care/is-america-finally-ready-for-mental-health-reform-20131218
Posted by Karen Easter, Mental Health Advocate for Assisted Outpatient Treatment at 11:14 AM